Jenner was profiled by Variety for the magazine's Trans Hollywood Issue, where she spoke about the work she's doing behind the scenes for transgender rights and, of course, touched on her famous family.
The article noted that Jenner was "supportive" of Kim's recent White House meeting with Donald Trump over prison reform, which led to Alice Johnson's sentence for a non-violent drug crime being commuted. "I was very proud of her," Jenner told Variety. "I thought they did the right thing."
Jenner expressed pride in Kylie Jenner's Forbes cover and mentioned she'd be seeing son Brody Jenner soon, despite missing his wedding. As for Kris Jenner, "We haven't talked in a long time," she admitted.
She also added that she has no plans to appear on "KUWTK," despite spending time with daughters Kylie and Kendall. "But you never know," she said.
Jenner has been linked in the press to 22-year-old Sophia Hutchins -- who is the executive director of the Caitlyn Jenner Foundation -- but Variety noted they "deny" being a couple.
"We are not going to get into that," Jenner said when asked. "But we are very close. We do a lot of things together. We're kind of inseparable. We're the best of friends."
Hutchins also spoke fondly of Jenner in the piece, commending Caitlyn for trying to work on trans rights as an advocate behind the scenes, instead of on TV. "Coming from a reality show, where every detail of your life is documented, to not seeking any press is kind of a big change,” Hutchins says. "Caitlyn is not working on these issues for press attention. She's doing it because she genuinely wants to help the community."
While Jenner goes more into what she's doing in Washington in the full piece, she also has another career goal in mind: "In a Marvel movie, I want to play the baddest-ass lady you've ever seen in your life."
"They got the wicked queen or the wicked lady. Just do the makeup and the outfit. And I got the deep voice," she added.